Police Stations are supposed to be safe places, South African needs to be able to feel like they are in the presence of the people who are there to protect them when they enter a police station, people go to police Stations when they need help for different things.
However this was not the case as a police officer from kwa Zulu Natal is being accused of raping a woman at the police station, it is alleged that the 32 year old officer and the 24 year old victim had an altercation at a local Spaza shop and the officer took the victim to the police station were he worked and subsequently raped her.
The victim told her grandmother about the altercation an the grandmother took her to the clinic, and the clinic reported the matter to the relevant authorities.
The suspect has since been suspended pending findings from an investigation by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID).
Sources/References | News 24 | Independent Police Investigative Directorate
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